Your Name Here Outtakes (Reel 11)
Audio/Visual sound, color
October 31, 2005
A fitting tribute!!
This whole thing of course, is a very abstract salute to FDR. The country was in disrepair, and threatening to veer off course! (Skidding car on snow path). When the thunderclouds gathered (shown) a light appeared (sunrise), he first helped the farmers, the small businessman (read printers) and big business (read big factories)! Yes, the business world was back on its feet! (cue business man footage). Finally, the picture of Roosevelt! Brilliant!
Wilford B. Wolf
September 29, 2004
Stock Footage, Ho!
Eleventh of 11 reels of "Your Name Here" outtakes. This one is mostly stock footage. The reel starts up with two cars, a late 1950s Chevy and a early 1960s station wagon, driving on an icy hill. Next is a couple shots of a sunrise. Then, a couple shots of a barn with cattle roaming in the foreground.
The film shifts to industrial shots, including street sign printing, tanks, steel making, conveyor belts, wire extraction, and welding.
The reel ends with brief studio shots from "Your CEO Here" sequence at the end of "Your Name Here" and a portrait of FDR.